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** Hardcover Books - Vintage Radio, Electricity and Electronics **
H1A - EMF Electrical Year Book, 1924 Edition, 1672 pages with the last 300+ pages advertisements (including an index of advertisers). For a 1924 book, the condition is quite good (good spine, just slight darkening of pages).
H2 - RCA Victor Service Manual, Volume 3 (1941 and 1942), 224 8 1/2" by 11" pages, with everything you need to service RCA Victor radiosradio-phonographs, record players, auto receivers, power supply units, as well as additional information (such as "Answers to Service Problems in Record Changer Mechanisms," crystal pickup data with diagrams, and much more!). Printed by RCA Victor Company Limited (Canada), but shows all North American RCA Victor items from 1941-2. In fine condition (just minor writing on inside front cover).
$55 [ Click Here for Pic ]
H3 - Mallory-Yaxley Radio Service Encyclopedia, Limited Edition, 216 big 8 1/2" by 11" pages, first edition, January 1937. This has plenty of useful info for vintage radio repair and restoration. Its Introduction (Part 1) begins, "In presenting the first real radio service encyclopedia, Mallory-Yaxley venture the hope that it will prove more helpful than any volumes yet published..." It's divided into 3 major sections, "A" - Controls, "B" - Condensers, and "C" - Vibrators, but also including substantial sections covering tubes, transformers, and much other useful info. Part 2 is a very complete listing by manufacturer of just about every available radio, listing each's complement of controls, condensers, and where appropriate, vibrators, tubes used, I.F. peak frequency, and more. Included in this section is a cross reference of G.E. and R.C.A. Victor models. I noted quite a few manufacturers that I had never heard of! The last listing is 18 models of "Zephyr" radios. Next is a chart of current capacity of 8 types of controls. Then begins Section "A" with a discussion (with illustrations and mini-schematics) of many control types. Next is Section B - Condensers, which also discusses just about everything known about these, with many illustrated mini-circuit schematics. Included is a discription and illustration of the Mallory Grid Bias Cell. Next is Section "C", on Vibrators, with descriptions of various types, uses, and selection notes, with many illustrations and basic circuit schematics. Next are a variety of topics, including Automatic Frequency Control, resonance, a copper wire table, resistor wattage vs. ohms and maximum safe voltage drop chart, RMA standard color coding for resistors, and many more charts, including the radio spectrum, audio spectrum, musical frequencies ("A=440"), then a large section on antenna design, more charts (including reactance by frequency, decibel converstion tables, useful servicing formulas, radio component measurement, auto radio interference, characteristics of receiving tubes (with a group representing a "complete" tube listing with characteristics, even a comparison chart of tubes with similar characteristics, a chart of tube socket connections, bias resister calculations, Mallory replacement rectifiers, radio definitions, and finally a complete index. Great research reference! Whew! In good conditions (especially pages - cover has some bumping and wear).
$95 [ Click Here for Pic ]
H3A - Mallory-Yaxley Radio Service Encyclopedia, Second Edition, 335 big 8 1/2" by 11" pages, 1938. This volume has an immensity of useful info for vintage radio repair and restoration. As the above (1st Ed.), but even more info! In good condition, though cover has some bumping, and is a bit dirty.
$100 [ Click Here for Pic (of 1st Ed.)]
H3B - MYE Technical Manual (Mallory & Co.)407 large (8 1/2 by 11 inch) pages. Published in 1942, dozens and dozens of articles, arranged by sections:
Section 1: Loud Speaker Design and Application
Section 2: Superheterodyne First Detectors and Oscillators
Section 3: Half Wave and Doubler Power Supply Systems
Section 4: Vibrators and Vibrator Power Supplies
Section 5: Phono-Radio Service Data
Section 6: Automatic Tuning
Section 7: Frequency Modulation
Section 8: Fundamentals of Television Engineering
Section 9: D.C. Dry Electrolytic Capacitors
Section 10: Practical Radio Noise Suppression
Section 11: Vacuum Tube Voltmeters
Section 12: Useful Servicing Information
Section 12: Receiving Tube Characteristics
5 pages of index in back. Good condition.
H3B2 - Another copy of the MYE Technical Manual (Mallory & Co.)407 large (8 1/2 by 11 inch) pages. Published in 1942, in good condition.
The Famous Rider Perpetual Troubleshooter's Manuals!
At one time, every "serious" radio repairman had a set of these! Contains schematic diagrams, tube layouts, alignment information, test settings, and related servicing information for almost every radio made! Although the condition of these manuals is "mixed", they are all essentially complete, and filled with great information. Each requires $8.00 additional postage.
H6 - Perpetual Troubleshooter's Manual, Rider's, which I believe is Vol. II (that's "2"), for about 1931 to 1932 radios; in fair condition (back hardcover is poor - looks like some mold in a corner). All pages appear to be present, and in fairly good shape, but I can't be sure if it's Vol. I or II (front just has Rider's cover with the date, 1932).
$26 (plus $8 extra postage)
H6A - Perpetual Troubleshooter's Manual, Rider's, Vol II ("2"), cover stained (white) in areas, but pages in very good condition.
$25 (plus $8 extra postage)
H9AAB2 - Perpetual Troubleshooter's Manual, Rider's, Vol. VI (that's "6"), for about 1935 to 1936 radios; in rather poor condition; some few pages at the end are missing, front pages rather ratty.
$15 (plus $8 extra postage)
H9AAC - Perpetual Troubleshooter's Manual, Rider's, Vol. VII (that's "7"), for about 1935 to 1936 radios; in fine cond. (but title page missing)
$36 (plus $5 extra postage)
H9AAC2 - Another Perpetual Troubleshooter's Manual, Rider's, Vol. VII (that's "7"), for about 1935 to 1936 radios; in fairly good cond.
$34 (plus $8 extra postage)
H9AAE - Perpetual Troubleshooter's Manual, Rider's, Vol. IX (that's "9"), for about 1937 to 1938 radios; in very good cond., especially for age!
$34 (plus $8 extra postage)
H9AAE2 - Perpetual Troubleshooter's Manual, (another) Rider's, Vol. IX (that's "9"), for about 1937 to 1938 radios; in good cond.
$32 (plus $5 extra postage)
H9BAAF - Perpetual Troubleshooter's Manual, Rider's, Vol. X (that's "10"), for about 1938 to 1939 radios; in good cond.
$34 (plus $8 extra postage)
H9BAAF2 - Perpetual Troubleshooter's Manual, Rider's, Vol. X (that's "10"), for about 1938 to 1939 radios; in just fair cond.
$24 (plus $8 extra postage)
H9AAG - Perpetual Troubleshooter's Manual, Rider's, Vol. XI (that's "11"), for about 1939 to 1940 radios; in good cond., especially for age!
$35 (plus $5 extra postage)
H9AAG2 - Another Perpetual Troubleshooter's Manual, Rider's, Vol. XI (that's "11"), for about 1939 to 1940 radios; In just fair cond.
$22 (plus $8 extra postage)
H9AAG3 - Still another Perpetual Troubleshooter's Manual, Rider's, Vol. XI (that's "11"), for about 1939 to 1940 radios; In fair cond. - (library numbers on taped-on spine)
$22 (plus $5 extra postage)
H9AAH - Perpetual Troubleshooter's Manual, Rider's, Vol. XII (that's "12"), for about 1940 to 1941 radios; in good cond., especially for age! Two copies are available.
$35 (plus $8 extra postage)
H9AAI2 - Another Perpetual Troubleshooter's Manual, Rider's, Vol. XIII (that's "13"), for about 1941 to 1942 radios; in fair cond.
$22 (plus $8 extra postage)
H9AAI3 - Still another Perpetual Troubleshooter's Manual, Rider's, Vol. XIII (that's "13"), for about 1941 to 1942 radios; in fair cond.
$20 (plus $8 extra postage)
H9AAJ2 - Perpetual Troubleshooter's Manual, Rider's, Vol. XIV (that's "14"), for about 1942 to 1943 radios; in rather poor cond., with some missing pages at front, and funky home-made spine cover.
$15 (plus $8 extra postage)
H9AAJ3 - Another Perpetual Troubleshooter's Manual, Rider's, Vol. XIV (that's "14"), for about 1942 to 1943 radios; in rather poor cond. (ex-Library, with tape on spine), with some missing pages at front.
$15 (plus $5 extra postage)
H9AAK - Still another Perpetual Troubleshooter's Manual, Rider's, Vol. XV (that's "15"), for about 1943 to 1944 radios; in good to very good cond.
$26 (plus $5 extra postage)
Part of my "Rider Library:"
H10 - The complete Rider's TELEVISION Volumes 1 through 4, BIG Manuals, great info, hundreds/thousands of pages of hundreds of TVs; information including schematics, photos and much other repair and descriptive info on those early TV sets. Volume 1 describes almost every set from the early 1940s, up to about 1946. Volume 2 is from about 1947 to 1949! My parents had a 1948 Andrea VT-12, which is in this book! Volume 3 includes sets from about 1948 to 1949, and Volume 4 includes sets from about 1950 to 1951. These Rider sets are almost impossible to find today, and are in very good condition for their age.
$180 (plus $90 postage-these are VERY heavy.) Personal pickup (Sarasota, FL) is suggested.
My "Rider TV Library:"
H10AB - Another Rider Television Manual, Vol. 9 only; From about 1953 to 1954. In fairly good condition; also very heavy (about 16 lbs). Amazing variety of circuits AND tips for better reception!
$45 (plus $8 extra postage)
H11 - Large electrical supplies catalog, "Grainger Rush Co., Electrical Supplies, (located in Boston, Mass.), Catalog Number 10, 532 pages, with 12 page index. No date that I can find, but appears to be circa 1947-8. 9 pages of "Useful Information," some great appliances (with illustrations), loads of insulators, both glass and ceramic, and everything else electric. Pasted to inner front cover is a map showing location of Grainger Rush. Bottom of front cover appears to have had a sticker (showing removal attempts). High quality paper, in very good condition, although has strong musty odor.
$40 (plus $3 extra postage)[Click for more pics]
** Hardcover Books - Vintage Miscellaneous **
H11-A - And This is Boston, by Eleanor Early, printed 1930, Houghton Mifflin Co., The Riverside Press, publishers, 256 pp., with index; apparently a first edition. Chapters include Old Boston, Beacon Hill, Marblehead and Salem, Gloucester and Cape Ann, Cambridge, Lexington and Concord, Harvard and Sudbury, Plymouth and the South Shore, and Nantucket and the Cape. Good condition.
$26 ($3 add'l postage)
H12 - Manna Hatin, the Story of New York, published by the Manhattan Company,
New York (of course), 1929, apparently a first edition. 269 pages, about 35 black and white illustrations, with chapters including Only a River!, Hudson Finds "Manna-Hatin," New York Wins Staten Island, The Leisler Rebellion, Washington Enters New York, The First Parade, Wall Street Becomes Famous, The First Stock Exchange, Fulton's Steamboat, The "Big Ditch" Opens, New York Goes to War, Bicycle Days, Becoming Air-Minded, and: New York and Tomorrow. Also is a cool "New York Chronology." Writing on page facing front cover, and early pages loose from spine (but still attached), otherwise, good condition. The book was distributed by the Bank of Manhattan Trust Company, International Acceptance Bank Inc., and the International Manhattan Company. My guess is that it was a bank "freebee"!
H13 - Massachusetts Year Book and City and Town Register, of 1896-97.
This is one great research tool for anyone wanting to know about Massachusetts
at the turn of the (19th to 20th) century. Includes dozens of cool ads (including "New England Conservatory of Music, banks, publishers, hotels, and more) -- most with illustrations! 642 pages, in very good condition for its age I note an area of "rubbing", about 2 by 3 inches, on inside front cover, slight external wear, and a few violet "stamps" from "Packard School, City of Lawrence". Includes election results, postal information, cattle inspectors, populations of New England States, savings banks, insurance companies, city & town register of every area of Mass., (for example, a listing of every physician's name practicing in Boston!), a comprehensive index, and much, much more! A research bonanza!
$90 (plus $3 extra postage) [ Click Here for Pics ]
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** Hardcover Books - Miscellaneous, Continued **
J1 - Boston Journal of Chemistry, (monthly), 1881-1882, hardbound, much like
"Scientific American" with emphasis (of course) on chemistry; leather spine
(leather has separated, but easily repaired), pages in good cond.
$85 ($3 add'l postage)
J1B - The Boston Almanac and Directory, 1884 ("No. 49") small 4" x 5 3/4", but a thick 602 pages, hundreds of cool ads, descriptions of institutions, a street directory, and a listing of EVERY business in the Boston of 1883!A couple of minor page-wrinkles but otherwise in extremely fine condition! Great research work!
J1C - Boston Register And Business Directory, 1897, 5 1/2" x 8", 716 pages, an amazing compendium of Boston information, a street directory and map, as well as a chronicle of facts and events (for every day of 1996), Deaths of Notable Persons, listings of political officers, including Board of Aldermen, Common Council, City Departments, locations of signal boxes, public schools, churches and ministers, societies and institutions, State government officials, Militia leaders and their units (could be very useful for research!), courts, post offices, wards, public halls, street directory, a big Classified Business Directory, business and professional directory (listing individuals, their profession and location). In very good condition (especially for its age).
J2 - Debtor and Creditor, by T. S. Arthur, small hardcover, 180 pp., from the "Tales for the Rich & Poor" series, 1847(!), 2 illus; fair
J3 - The ABC of Wall Street, small hardcover (library bound), 1900, 164 pp., interesting account of how to trade in the stock market back in 1900; 6 illustrations; fair to good cond.
J4 - Political Register, 1877-1882, (actually The Tribune Almanac of 1877 to 1882), hardcover-bound, of about 500 pages total, a vast resource of information, including federal elections of representatives, senators, other officials, and state elections, by county, of state and federal officials, with actual results counts! Includes listings of executive and diplomatic officers, and their salaries(!) Also public laws passed by each congress, trade and commerce information (esp. railroads information), and much, much more; a wealth of late 19th century political, economic and historical information! Fantastic research authority! Covers are well-worn, but pages in very fine shape.
J5 - Penna. Report, State Commissioners of Fisheries, 1901, 178 pp., gilded pages, partial leather cover, about 15 incredible full-page color illustrations of fish (suitable for framing);100 years old! Cover in somewhat ratty condition, pages in very good cond.
J6 - Courtiers and Favourites of Royalty, Versailles edition
(in English), subtitle: "Memoirs of the Marshall Duke De
Richelieu," by M. F. Barrier, 3 volumes, 1903, 382 pp. per volume.,
page tops gilded, numbered 314 of 500, fine cond.
J6A - Through an amazing find, ANOTHER 3 vol set of the above,
"Memoirs of the Marshall Duke De Richelieu," by M. F. Barrier,
3 vols, 1903, Courtiers and Favourites of Royalty, Versailles edition (in
English), numbered 30 of 500, very good cond.
J6B - A related set from Courtiers and Favourites of Royalty.
This 2 volume set is called "Historical and Secret Memoirs of the Empress Josephine," and is definitely not as nicely done as the above, although an early page states, "This Connoisseurs' Edition De Lux of Courtiers and Favourites of Royalty is limited to five hundred numbered and registered sets, of which this is copy no." (faded number 224 written). Lighter blue covers/boards, no gilded pages, worn spine label and some cover wear. Vol I is 387 pp., Vol II is 372 pp. Owner's name written in pencil on inside, as is some pricing information. Condition: good.
J6C - Another related set from Courtiers and Favourites of Royalty; two volume set, as above, the "Josephine" set (Vol 1 and Vol 2). The covers are in really poor condition (possibly re-covered by library), with library card slot and info in each volume, "The A.K. Smiley Public Library / Redlands, California." Inside pages are in good condition. Each volume marked 484 (of 1000 copies).
$25 [ Click Here for Pic ]
J6D - Another in the same series, this one is volume 1 (of 3), of "Memoirs and Correspondence of Madame D'Epinay," with dark blue covers, in very good condition, page tops gilded, 337 pp., hand-numbered number 369, copyright 1903.
J6E - A related volume from the same series, "Memoirs of Duke de Richelieu, Vol III (just the third volume). Gray hardcover, 389 pp., No. 45 of 1000. Very good (used) condition.
J6F - Yet another set from the "Courtiers and Favourites of Royalty" series: All three volumes of Memoirs of Marshall Duke de Richelieu, my M.F. Barriere, hand-numbered 439. Medium-gray cloth boards, some external wear, but pages bright, supple and clean. Binding is weak between inside front cover and first page on Vol I; otherwise, very fine condition.
J6G - Another great buy! We have NINE volumes of Courtiers and Favorites, the Versailles Edition; there are only 503 copies in English printed; this is number 68. Included are the following:
VOLUMES 1 and 2: EMPRESS JOSEPHINE
VOLUMES 1 and 2: TALLEYRAND
VOLUMES 1 and 2: MARMONTEL
VOLUMES 3 and 4: MADAME DU BARRI
ONE VOLUME CARDINAL DE RETZ
There is some wear (mostly on the spines), but not much; overall good condition.
For all nine volumes, $185 (plus $15 S and H) [ Click Here for Pic ]
J7 - Department of Agriculture Report, 1878, 608 pp., seven illustrations, cover worn and a few loose pages, o/w good cond.
J8 - Department of Agriculture Report, 1884, 581 pp., more than ten illustrations/maps, cover worn, o/w good cond.
J8A - Another copy of the Department of Agriculture Report, 1884, 581 pp., more than 10 illustrations/maps, cover worn, o/w good cond.
J8B - Department of Agriculture Report, 1888, 581 pp., more than 10 illustrations/maps (a few in color, cover worn and separated from pages, significant foxing, so: fair-minus cond.
J8C - "Yearbook of the Department of Agriculture, 1894," 608 pp., 7 b&w plates (including owls, birds) but plenty more illustrations as well. In generally very good cond.
J8C-1 - Department of Agriculture Report, 1887, 724 pp., more than 10 illustrations/color and b&w, cover worn, book in fairly poor condition (but some great full-page color illustrations, including the Chinch Bug, the Codling Moth and its Parasites, about 5 full-color illustrations of a variety of peaches, and a great full page b&w drawing of the Pocket Gopher).
$36 [ Click Here for Pic ]
J8C-2 - Department of Agriculture Report, 1896, 656 pp., pages in excellent condition, cover in not-very-good condition (though binding is tight), almost 100 illustrations (all in black and white, just a few full page) An interesting chapter on the relationship of forests to farms, and much more!
J8D - "Report of the Commissioner of Patents," 1855(!)," - Agriculture", 488 pp., more than 10 illustrations (a couple in color!, including a couple of maps,
cover worn, and bottom 1 inch gone, o/w good cond. for age.
J8D - "Report of the Commissioner of Patents," 1858(!)," - Agriculture", 551 pp., 15 page essay on the state of education in the Country, descriptions on the various state agricultural socies, charts on imports and exports, and much, much more! More than 10 black and white illustrations, including a couple of maps, cover worn, title page missing, last page or two has tears, a few pages have corner turned down, but all in all, good condition fo age.
J8E - "Report of the Commissioner of Patents," 1859(!)," - Agriculture", 590 pp., Only a couple of illustrations (one of an eland, one of fancy horse stables), cover worn and ripped, otherwise good cond. for age.
J8E-2 - "Report of the Commissioner of Patents," 1862, - "Arts and Manufacturers, Volume II (2)" 446 pp. This book consists of just the illustrations of patents from 1862. Each illustration includes the patent number, the illustration (drawing), and nothing else! Apparently, Volume I included the written descriptions and owners of each patent. But the pictures (blueprint-like drawings) are fascinating, and a quick glance recognizes such items as rifles, handguns, pants, fences, lamps, tools, a nice folding chair (much like a "director's chair" of today), and much, much more! Some paper oxidation, but all pages are flexible and easily readable. Some minor cover wear, but all-in-all, in very good condition.
J8E-2A - "Patent Office Report" of 1854, Vol 2, (Mechanical focus); fascinating blueprint-style illustrations of hundreds of new patents, including guns-related, rotary engines, litterly hundreds of indexed items! Very good condition, especially for age. 332 pages; nice embossed cover.
$58 [ Click Here for Pics ]
J8E-3 - "Patent Office Report" of 1860, Part I, good condition. Nice embossed cover.
J8E-3AA - "Patent Office Report" of 1861, Part II (2), very good condition. Some amazing patent drawings!
J8E-3A - "Patent Office Report" of 1865-66, Part II, extremely good condition of covers as well as pages. Not a reprint, but it could be a re-binding (very impressive or perhaps just excellent storage).
J8E-3AB - - "Patent Office Report" of 1866-67, Part II, calf leather covers (rather fair condition - not surprising considering its age), good condition of pages. This is one big book! It has one paragraph on each patent, including date, patent owner, and general description of patent (no pics).
$42 [ Click Here for Pic ]
J8E-4 - "Patent Office Report" of 1867, Part II, good condition (some paper remainder on right side of cover, probably easily removable).
J8EA-1 1867 Patent Office Report 4 volume hardcover set; "Annual Report of the Commissioner of Patents for the year 1867 - 40th Congress, 2nd Session, House of Representatives." Each volume is between 600 and 926 6" by 9" pages; in fairly good condition (with some minor page foxing) for works this old. These books include a variety of interest patents, including patents for firearms, guns, etc., and much, much more!
$150 (plus $3 extra shipping)
J8EA-2 1865 Patent Office Report 3 volume hardcover set; "Annual Report of the Commissioner of Patents for the year 1865 - 39th Congress, 1st Session, House of Representatives." 522 to 783 pages per volume, with many patents (especially firearms and related). In good condition (though some page foxing), especially for age.
$150 (plus $3 extra shipping)
J8EA-3 1856 Patent Office Report - Mechanics, 3 volume hardcover set; "Annual Report of the Commissioner of Patents for the Year 1856, Arts and Manufacturers, in Three Volumes - 34th Congress, 3rd Session, House of Representatives." Again, some great patents shown, especially of firearms. One section, "Firearms and Implements of War," (Vol. 2), include illustrations of weapons from Colt, Smith, Wesson, etc. 518 to 554 pages. Some light page foxing, otherwise fairly good condition for works this old.
$150 (plus $3 extra shipping)
J8F - "Department of Agriculture Report 1877," in surprisingly good condition; 591 pp., 18 (b & w) illustrations, including one map (US locust breeding grounds), with chapters including "Maize and sorghum as sugar plants," "The Chinese tea plant," "The olive," "Shipments of fresh meats to Europe," "Diseases of domestic animals," "Cranberry culture in New Jersey," and much more!
J8G - "Department of Agriculture Report 1886," 713 pp, and except for the front cover, is in extremely good condition (front cover has a variety of markings and rubs, but spine is tight and pages are in extremely good condition). Over 40 illustrations (some in color!)including a few foldout maps; "Map showing distribution of Peronospora Viticola in the United States," and "Map showing the distribution of Pear Blight in the United States," and "Map showing the distribution of the English Sparrow (Passer Domesticus) at the end of the year 1886."
J9 - Patent Office Report, 1860, 1861, 504 pp., mostly agricultural-related topics, one map and one illustration, but lots of farm/forestry/bee culture/wine-making information; fair cond.
J9A - Another copy of the above: Patent Office Report, 1860, 1861, 504 pp., mostly agricultural-related topics, one map and one illustration, but lots of farm/forestry/bee culture/wine-making information; spine is taped, and only fair cond.
$32 [ Click Here for Pic ]
J9B - Patent Office Report, 1847(!) (printed on March 3, 1848, with intro by Edmund Burke, Commissioner of Patents, to the Hon. R.C. Winthrop, Speaker of the House of Representatives, including finances (e.g., $63,110 budgeted for the year, an overview to patents (e.g., 43 granted in the agriculture area, 25 in chemistry (with interesting comments on gutta percha (plus a number of other patents), gun cotton (including the originator's story of its development), 35 "calorific"-related patents (including the "foot stove"), 6 patents on "mathematical and philosophical instruments," 11 on "stone and clay," 15 on leather, 21 on household furniture, and discussion of artificial incubation! And that's in just the first 50 pages of this 661 page work (not including 9 full-page drawings of animals after the last numbered page! Cover in fair condition, but pages in good condition (tho with oxidation on some).
J9C Another copy of Dep't of Agriculture Report for 1894/1895, 607 pp., mostly agricultural and food-related topics; an interesting article,"The Value of Forecasts,"
a few illustrations (especially of the newly-developed mild pasteurization machines), tight spine, but cover text colors totally faded, yet covers not badly worn (between "fair" and "good" condition). Pages in good condition. A couple of defects on last two pages (no text is on those pages).
$28 [ Click Here for Pic ]
J10 - Merck's 1907 Index, 472 pp., a myriad of info on drugs, their formulas, uses, antidotes, etc., cover worn, o/w good cond.
J13 - To Have Or To Be?, Erich Fromm, 1976, a hardcover volume (No. 50) in the
"World Perspectives" series, 215 pp., deep insights into the "Self", from one
of the great psychologists; v. good condition.
J15 - Boston Almanac, 1859 (hardcover), small 3 1/2 by 5 1/2" 264 pp, a couple of loose pages, but good spine and supple pages. Great info (I note a full page on Harvard University), great ads, a map, and more! This is a rare one.
J17 - Giant "Thomas' Register / Of American Manufacturers", Vol III (The one with the alphabetical list of companies, Trade Names, and commercial organizations). Big! Weighs about 8 lbs. In very good condition. Excellent for researchers.
$45 plus $6 extra postage [ Click Here for Pic ]
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